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This clearly written text, which is adapted from its parent volume, Education Law, 4e, provides a concise introduction to topics in education law that are most relevant to teachers. The greater the likelihood of litigation or error in a particular area of professional practice the more extensive the discussion. Topics concerning teacher relationships with their students include: student rights, discipline, negligence, discrimination, and special education. Topics concerning teacher relationships with their employers include: teacher rights, hiring and firing, contracts, unions, collective bargaining, and tenure.
Michael Imber (Ph.D., Stanford University) is Professor of Educational Leadership and Policy Studies in the School of Education at the University of Kansas. Tyll van Geel (Ed.D., Harvard University; J.D., Northwestern University) is Taylor Professor of Education Emeritus in the Graduate School of Education, University of Rochester.
Table of Contents
|Understanding Education Law||p. 1|
|Student Freedom of Expression||p. 42|
|Student Discipline||p. 79|
|Equal Educational Opportunity: Race and Gender||p. 110|
|Students with Special Needs||p. 145|
|Federal Constitutional and Statutory Rights of Teachers||p. 179|
|Teacher Employment||p. 225|
|Collective Bargaining, Unions, and Teacher Contracts||p. 246|
|The Constitution of the United States of America||p. 311|
|Table of Cases||p. 315|
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